Lindsay Lohan Reenacting Mean Girls Lines Will Take You Right Back to 2004

Nearly 14 years after Mean Girls premiered, there's still a sizable army of fans who gravitate toward pink clothing on Wednesdays and scarf down Kalteen bars as Spring Fling prep. (As the good lord Regina George intended.) Among this loyal group is one Lindsay Lohan, who played the protagonist Cady Heron in the 2004 comedy and, like you, still cracks up at every Tina Fey-penned sick burn from the movie. In a new video for W, the actress travels back in time to reenact her eight favorite lines from Mean Girls — only two of which are Cady originals.

Highlight from the video include Lohan telling viewers over and over (and over), in a range of volumes and levels of sass, that they smell like a baby prostitute, and her quoting the all-knowing Coach Carr's warning, "Don't have sex, because you will get pregnant and die," before affirming that his words are indeed true. She also attempts to punch up her sixth-favorite line. "Sorry, we only carry sizes one, three, and five. You could try Sears," Lohan intones, perfectly channeling the catty saleswoman at 1-3-5, then launches a quick brainstorm session to come up with something "funnier than Sears." Once informed that the original line does in fact reference Sears, and therefore should not be altered, Lohan curses Fey's decision to include what is, apparently, the most unfunny department store in Old Orchard Mall.

Lohan and the rest of the Mean Girls fanbase will likely be quick to forgive the Sears-loving Fey's transgressions, as she is now hard at work developing the movie for the stage. According to Variety, the Mean Girls musical will hit Broadway's August Wilson Theater this spring, with previews beginning March 12 and opening night on April 8. The show opened for a pre-Broadway run at Washington, D.C.'s National Theatre on October 31, and has already earned rave reviews from The Washington Post. Could this be the key to finally making "fetch" happen?

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